5 Star Travel Insurance from Admiral
5 Star rated Platinum level Travel Insurance
Our Platinum level cover has Defaqto's 5 Star rating.
Our travel insurance now covers you for certain events related to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For more information about how Coronavirus (COVID-19) affects your travel cover, see our FAQ page. And remember to check the policy booklet carefully before you buy to make sure our cover meets your needs.
If you take to the skies regularly, an annual policy could be just what you're looking for. It takes out any hassle of arranging insurance for every trip; simply sit back and relax knowing that all your holidays within the year are covered with Admiral Travel Insurance.
Admiral's Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance can insure you for destinations almost anywhere in the world, and for a range of activities including snorkelling, windsurfing and sea kayaking.
And if you travel more than once a year, annual cover could be more cost effective for you than a single trip policy.
Just like Admiral Single Trip Insurance, three levels of cover are available - Admiral, Admiral Gold or Admiral Platinum Cover - on our annual, multi-trip policies.
Here is a small sample of the benefits included with each level of cover. You can read the full list in the policy summary booklet.
Cancellation or cutting short your trip (Limits up to)
Emergency medical treatment (Limits up to)
Personal belongings (Limits up to)
Money & documents (Limits up to)
If you fancy the adrenaline rush of a skiing holiday, or you're taking to the seas on a cruise, you’ll need to add on our winter sports cover upgrade or cruise upgrade to your policy as without these, your trip won’t be covered at all.
As with any insurance policy, some things aren’t covered by Admiral Travel Insurance.
You can read the full list of exclusions in our policy documents.
Yes, you do. The EHIC (if still in date) isn't a substitute for medical and travel insurance; it entitles you to state-provided healthcare that may become necessary during your holiday in the UK and European Economic Area (but no longer in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland).
In some cases it will cover all or part of your costs for medical care, but it won't cover expensive needs such as airlifting from ski resorts or repatriation. The same applies for the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) which you can apply for once your EHIC has expired.
A pre-existing medical condition is a short or long term illness or injury you have or have had before you buy travel insurance. This includes having symptoms, tests, diagnosis or medical treatment for a condition.
You can declare your pre-existing medical conditions during the quote process to see if we can offer cover. If you’re unsure what needs to be declared or if you're unable to find your condition on the medical conditions list, please contact us on 0333 234 9913.
Your pre-existing medical conditions won’t be covered unless you’ve:
Policy terms and conditions apply. Please note, if you’ve had a positive diagnosis of Covid-19 and been prescribed medication, received treatment, or had a consultation with a doctor or hospital specialist for any medical condition in the past two years, this needs to be declared on your policy.
If you don’t tell us about your pre-existing medical conditions or give us incorrect information, your policy may be invalid, and we may refuse all or part of any claim you submit.
For a quote with us, click the green button above.
If you require cover for more serious medical conditions, MoneyHelper may be able to help you find specialist travel insurance through their medical directory.
In the unfortunate event your holiday is cancelled, you will be covered for certain reasons for cancellation with Admiral Travel Insurance. Depending on the level of cover you choose - Admiral, Admiral Gold or Admiral Platinum Cover - you could receive up to £5,000 to cover the costs of your trip.
Hit the green button above or call 0333 234 9913 to speak to a member of our team.
We're sure you'll love our great products but maybe you have a few questions. You can find answers in this section.
Your Admiral policy will cover trips to:
You must be travelling more than 25 miles away from your home address and staying for two or more consecutive nights to get the cover.
Yes, Admiral’s holiday insurance covers emergency medical treatment and repatriation as standard. Our emergency assistance service may arrange for your repatriation to your home area if our medical adviser or the doctor treating you thinks it’s safe. The amount covered depends on the tier you choose:
Yes. This policy covers each insured adult, whether travelling on your own or together.
Off to one of the destinations below? Take a look at our guides for some hints and tips on what you need to remember.
Whether you're travelling solo, with your family, or with a little one on the way, read our guides to make sure our cover is right for you.